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Event Summary:

Date: 12/10/2018
Time: 18:15-21:00


Price per Person: Free

Slay In Your Lane: The Black Girl Bible. FREE

12th October 2018, Manchester

Event Full Details:

Authors of ‘Slay in Your Lane: The Black Girl Bible’ Yomi Adegoke and Elizabeth Uviebinené are coming to Manchester to celebrate their book! A Book of the Week on BBC Radio 4, Slay in Your Lane has received excellent reviews everywhere and has been called ‘The Must-Read Book empowering young black women’ by Vogue. Slay in Your Lane brings together the voices and experiences of Black British women in a range of fields, including broadcasting, vlogging, athletics, music, acting, publishing, public relations, fashion, beauty and law. Yomi and Elizabeth are here in Manchester to empower and inspire you with some Black Girl Magic! Hosted by award-winning broadcaster, activist and author Gemma Cairney.

More information:

Organisers of the ‘Slay In Your Lane’ event at Manchester Library have given the Women’s Programme Inclusion project 8 FREE tickets to attend on Friday 12th of October!

If you’re a lesbian, bi woman* or a non-binary person of colour living in Greater Manchester-
Then this event is for you!

What is the Womens Programme Inclusion Project?
The Women’s Programme at LGBT Foundation works to improve the life of minority lesbian & bi women and non-binary people in Greater Manchester, especially women of colour, older women, trans women and non-binary people.
What’s the Plan?
● Meet at LGBT Foundation at 6.15pm
(5 Richmond Street Manchester M1 3HF)
● Leave for the venue at 6.45pm and walk to Manchester Central Library (St Peter's Square
City Centre M2 5PD)
● The Show starts at 7pm.

You can book yourself a FREE ticket by emailing

Friday 12th of October
Meet at the LGBT Foundation at 6.15pm.
Travel together by foot to Manchester Central Library.


=> If you have any access requirements please get in touch with Ally (

=> We also offer travel bursaries without any condition.

*This event is for all BAME women or women of colour who identify as lesbian or bisexual, all or part of the time, including trans women, older women, disabled/neurodivergent women, women of all faiths and backgrounds, non-binary/gender fluid people and transfeminine people. We try to make our services welcoming and accessible to all; if you have any specific access requirements, please let us know and we'll try to help.